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Bob's Toothpick City by ToothpickCity Bob's Toothpick City by ToothpickCity
Bob's Toothpick City is currently over 300,000 toothpicks and still growing. No molds, forms or any other material has been used to build it...just toothpicks and wood glue.
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Given 2013-06-12
Bob's Toothpick City by *ToothpickCity is all made of toothpicks! Take a look at his gallery for detailed shots. ( Suggested by KeinZantezuken and Featured by maytel )
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wow.  again.  wow.
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kaziisamazing 4 days ago  Student Filmographer
This is incredible! I can't even imagine all the hark work that must have gone into making this! Great job!
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Emerson-Fialho 5 days ago  Professional Artist
Awesome!! :clap:
Very well done!
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dollinfreak Jan 19, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
salute! :D
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daribari Jan 8, 2014  Hobbyist
Its breathtaking. You really have a rare talent. And a was just curious - have you ever thought about colouring it... or hiring someone to do it?
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BlackSeeds Jan 8, 2014  Professional General Artist
This looks as painstaking as gluing together 2mm veneer to make a perfect plank! Will you/do you make sculptures of real-life city/scapes also?  I like your city sculptures, they are fantastic to look at, I wish I could see some of them in real life, it's not the same with out the smells etc!  
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InSearchOf101 Jan 7, 2014  Student Interface Designer
excellent
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snazzie-designz Jan 7, 2014   General Artist
Wow! It's turning into a metropolis!!! Just amazing, and getting better all of the time. Can't wait to see what you add next :eager:
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TheBulletProofKat Nov 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Please explain to me how to do this oh my gosh ;;
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Cloud-Dragonz Nov 22, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
This is very good! Even if you used "normal" materials it would be good. We need a rough estimate on the number of toothpicks you used to make this in the description. How many are used and how many are new :)
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